Forthcoming Events

Good News! We resumed Chapel Services in person starting Sunday 6th March.
These services will be also be live streamed via Zoom for those attending from their homes.
We continue to follow safety measures in Chapel, but the good news is that we are able to resume social gatherings, for refreshment and conversation, after the service. For now, these will be outside, in the lovely garden, and we ask that attendees bring their own flasks/refreshments.
We have agreed all measures in consultation with the College and hope that this will encourage members to feel confident to return.
[For the Zoom links, email ]

SUNDAY 3 JULY at 11 am
Chapel Society Chair, Bert Clough, leads our service. His theme: 'The Search for the Silent God: the life and poetry of RS Thomas'.

SUNDAY 10 JULY at 11 am
Our service is led by Wade Miller-Knight, LDPA President, & Golders Green Unitarian. His theme is 'How can one make a closer relationship with Spirit?'

SUNDAY 17 JULY at 11 am
Tristan Jovanovich, Kensington Unitarians, leads our service. His theme: 'Let stillness lead and you'll move mountains'.

SUNDAY 24 JULY at 11 am
Our service leader will be Martin Gienke, retired lay minister, Bury St Edmunds. His theme: 'Willful Blindness'.

SUNDAY 31st JULY: Revd Feargus O'Connor, Golders Green Unitarians. Theme: 'Reflections on the pandemic and war'.


SUNDAY 7 AUGUST at 11 am: Worship Group collaborative service. Theme: 'Images that Inspire'.

SUNDAY 14th AUGUST at 11 am: Professor Pastor Dan McVey, Abilene Christian University, Texas USA. Theme: 'Let our lives speak to us.

SUNDAY 21st AUGUST at 11 am: Kashmira Patel. Theme: 'Spirituality and Art'.

SUNDAY 28th AUGUST at 11 am: Edie Campbell, Interfaith Minister. Theme 'The Art of Facing Things As They Are'.

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Video-recordings from recorded Oxford Unitarian services, as well as service Audio-recordings can be accessed from the Recent Sermons link.

[Updated 28 June 2022]